UAE favors global cooperation amid China’s rising tech dominance

UAE favors global cooperation amid China’s rising tech dominance
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is not worried about China's rising dominance in the technology sector, according to the country's artificial intelligence minister. It comes at a time of widespread concern over Chinese tech giant Huawei. The world's largest telecom equipment maker is facing restrictions from several national governments, amid heightened fears its products could…

Volvo Trucks teases the all-electric semi truck it’s bringing to California in 2019

Volvo Trucks teases the all-electric semi truck it’s bringing to California in 2019
Volvo Trucks released teaser images Wednesday of the electric trucks it plans to bring to California next year as part of a demonstration project, the latest truck manufacturer to publicize its electric plans in the state. The attraction to California is no accident. The state has set aggressive targets to improve air quality and reduce…

One More Chance: Judge Gives Eddie Lampert Time to Rescue Sears from Bankruptcy

One More Chance: Judge Gives Eddie Lampert Time to Rescue Sears from Bankruptcy
Sears Chairman and ESL Investments founder Eddie Lampert will have one more chance to rescue the iconic retail chain from liquidation, a judge ruled on Tuesday. As CCN reported, The 126-year-old retailer had hoped to receive approval from a bankruptcy judge to proceed with liquidation after advisers rejected a $4.4 billion takeover bid from Lampert…

Cramer Remix: Apple’s next move in health care could be with Dexcom

Cramer Remix: Apple’s next move in health care could be with Dexcom
Investors who own the likes of Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon need to remember why they bought those stocks in the first place if they're going to survive the tech giants' earnings reports, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday. "Everyone who dumped Apple or Facebook or Microsoft earlier this earnings season now has a serious case…

Jeff Bezos Says the ‘National Enquirer’ Tried to Extort Him with a Dick Pic

Jeff Bezos Says the ‘National Enquirer’ Tried to Extort Him with a Dick Pic
Jeff Bezos in 2018. Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP/GettyOn Thursday, Jeff Bezos—the incredibly powerful founder of Amazon, the owner of the Washington Post, and the world's richest man—took to Medium to announce that the National Enquirer had tried to blackmail him. Last month, following the announcement that Bezos was getting a divorce, the Enquirer published some…

Daily Deals: 25% off Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells – IGN

Daily Deals: 25% off Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells – IGN
3 Months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $1, Overpowered 17" GTX 1080 Overbuilt Laptop for $999, Alienware GTX 1080 Desktop for $1150, Hard Drives, Switch Memory Card, 4K HDTV, and More.

This Woman Pranking Jewelers Is Kind Of Messed Up, But So Hilarious

This Woman Pranking Jewelers Is Kind Of Messed Up, But So Hilarious
When looking to buy jewelry, trying on the piece is one of the most important things. But the perfect necklace may be just too expensive. Making a mad dash for the door is the cheapest way to go! Don't expect the jeweler to just let you leave without paying — they will chase you down!…

Fortnite Season 7, Week 4 challenges – FortniteINTEL

Fortnite Season 7, Week 4 challenges – FortniteINTEL
Week 4 of Fortnite Season 7 is upon us, which means a new batch of challenges to complete! New challenges are unveiled each week of the Season containing a collection of different tasks and objectives from around the map. While some of the challenges are rela…

GOP Email Hack Shows How Bad Midterm Election Meddling Got

GOP Email Hack Shows How Bad Midterm Election Meddling Got
US President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the National Republican Congressional Committee in March.Kevin Dietsch/Getty ImagesThough sporadic hacker intrusions and phishing campaigns targeted political entities in the lead-up to November's midterm elections, things seemed pretty quiet overall on the election-meddling front in the US. Certainly no leaks or theatrics rose to the level of Russia's…

REPORT: 1/3 of workers would prefer robot boss…

REPORT: 1/3 of workers would prefer robot boss…
Quite a large number of British workers reckon a robot could make better business decisions than their own flesh-and-blood boss. That’s according to a new report that found one in three (34%) of employees believe a robot would be better if it had access to the right business intelligence. The annual survey, called the Advanced…